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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Altoona, Pennsylvania 2 Mirror want ads phone 044-711the Altoona Mirror Altoona pa., saturday june 5, 1965. Grace methodist a pcs to sponsor guest missioner the june meeting of the a pcs of Grace methodist Church will be held tuesday june 8. The business meeting will be held at 7 ., followed by the program at 7 30. Mrs. Howard it. Brinton a methodist missionary to the Republic of the Congo will be the i guest speaker. J she will show Kodachrome slides if work she and her husband have been doing in the former belgian Nancy r. Moi its accepts position miss Nancy Ruth mounts daughter of or. And mrs. James a. Mounts of 503 Ruskin drive who today Are celebrating their 35th wed ing anniversary has accepted a teaching position with the Altoona school District As kindergarten teacher at Wright school. Miss mounts graduated saturday May 29 from lock Haven Stafe College with a . Degree in elementary education. She was Active in the College choir and Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Congo. The Rev. And mrs. Brinton have served in that country since 1946. Their first five years were spent on the Interior Mission station of Katanga. Since that time. They have lived in Lado Tville. Kolwe i and Elizabethville Copper mining towns in the Southern part of the Katanga province where thousands of miners and their a news and i6ws for women Barbara Higgins is june Bride of Earl f. Warren Kathryn i. Panek Robert p. Ball United in marriage at is Peter and Paul Church mrs. Howard t. Brinton Latue pm s can verify a feature ring product 79.95 for both ring dazzling diamonds compare this fabulous Price anywhere rings lock together. Never separate smartest new settings you Ever saw before Kings enlarged to Chou detail miss Kathryn i. Panek daughter of mrs. Joseph Panek of 2723 18th St., and the late or. Panek became the Bride Here this morning of Robert p. Ball. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Owen Ball of Washington a. The Rev. Francis Gomey officiated at the double ring ceremony and mass in is Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Music was provided by Richard Kuiawa. A reception will be held in venetian gardens. John Panek escorted his Niece. She wore an Empire styled gown of pure silk organza. The Princess fitted creation had a floor length a line skirt. Clipped Chantilly lace formed the High Rise bodice and Long sleeves ended in Points at her fingertips. Hack Secretary of Supply work. A Square silk organza Chapel mrs. Mark Murray chairman length train edged with match of local Church activities lace enhanced the gowns Harold Clark assistant. Miss design. A stylized Rose Headpiece Hazel Crist chairman of com with forehead petals made of Mittee on finance mrs. Robert lace and organza and trimmed a a Gnu a Clifford Secretary of publicity in pearls and rhinestones held methodist Church Altoona met mrs r w Campbell assistant the pure silk imported English i May 25 in the new educational mrs. David Wagner chairman illusion bouffant veil. The Bride i building. Of committee on scholarship carried a Cascade bouquet of mrs. Harry Pearce led the mrs. Carroll Clark chairman of White roses and White orchids devotions. Her theme was a the committee on Kitchen equipment. Mrs. Stephen Engle of Syra new Independent nations and mrs. Harold Clark chairman of Cuse n. Y., was her Sisters the Christian attitude toward furnishings mrs. Harry r. Matron of Honor. The other Stewart chairman of ways and tenants were miss Veronica the business meeting in charge Means committee miss Era Panek of Lilly mrs. Joseph of mrs. Louis d. Goodfellow Cost and chairman of commit Balant of Chambersburg mrs. Opened with the Secretary a re tee on nominations mrs. John Alfred Mithael Angelo of Clark a t wit a families have migrated. The britons have been Active in evangelism and Church Extension among the african people. They followed or. Brinton a parents who first went to Africa As missionaries in 1916. Mrs. Brinton returned to this country three years ago to make Home for their three children while they attend school. She is a native of Williamsport and is residing there. Or. Brinton has been in the Congo As recently As March but is now speaking throughout the United states under the direction of the Advance department of the Board of missions of the methodist Church. First methodist a pcs elects the . Of the first port who also read the treasurers report. The secretaries reports were i Given and the Circle leaders or i representatives reported on their activities Over the past year. The Bible school was announced and this year the group will be working with teachers and pupils Hess. Hospital births Ville tenn., All cousins of the Bride and mrs. George Yarnell of Rochester n. Y., sister of the bridegroom. Carol Lumadie Niece of the bridegroom was Flower girl. The attendants wore Empress Josephine styled floor length gowns with Short Chiffon jackets bound in Matching Satin and from the Bethel . Church a contribution of $200 from baby Dunnenberger a son born closed in the Back with floor la non to pm a Lenal Sun Eli Ofha or wore Aqua at i Van mind comeer Dunnenberger of 5221 4th ave., at the bridesmaids appeared in or a 7 10 a Thursday in the Altoona chid dyed to match Chanel Bow members agreed to raise the j0sp,Tai headpieces with eyelash veils a of no Ono Al ton nor 11/. J baby Bongiorno a son bom to and bouquets of carnations com Isth the Camp fund this sum Angelo and Melm Baldemaro p 1p so no for bridegroom wore a Turquoise conference pledge by ten per Kent As was asked for and to ass Mer. The election of officers was As president mrs. Louis a Osanai d. Goodfellow vice president mrs. Esther Negus recording Secretary mrs. David Wagner assistant recording Secretary mrs. William Coltabaugh or. Treasurer mrs. Robert Clifford assistant treasurer mrs. Kenneth Smith Secretary for Campus ministry. Mrs. J. A. Heim Bach Secretary of Christian social concerns mrs. Joseph Bongiorno of 411 Beech ave. At 8 50 a Thursday in the Altoona St. Matthews Catholic Church Tyrone was the setting for this mornings marriage of miss Barbara Rae Higgins daughter of or. And mrs. Raymond h. Higgins of 1256 Logan ave., Tyrone to Earl Francis Warren son of or. And mrs. Chester Warren of Pittsburgh. The double ring ceremony and mass was officiated at by the it. Rev. Msgr. Patrick d. Harkins after which there was a reception at the pulp room Tyrone. Or. Higgins escorted his Daugh mrs. Earl f. Warren. California residence ter to the altar of the Church. She Wras attired in a floor length gown of silk faille fashioned with a modified circlet neckline and Elbow length sleeves edged with Burn a a served his brother As Hest Klencon lace. The a line skirt sex., Oll re a non u. Tended into a Chapel length train Wabich. Shoih lace and carried a colonial Bou i. Quet of White roses with an Orchid it Ron Center. A Citrus yellow Linen dress Wasa worn by the brides Mother. The her sister s Matron o l a a a chips bridesmaids were mrs. Robert re pcs la it Pacek of Texas. Mrs. Philip c0 Pler of a a dual a of ?.ran, is Francissr boo Oil Pittsburgh and Duquesne univer. Sity. Her husband a graduate of they were dressed alike in Duquesne i Niv Ersita is sri no floor length Blue crepe gowns and with the United states and carried colonial bouquets of Pink we by stationed at fort Ord. Sensation roses. Monteray. Calif., where the couple Chester Warrenjr. Of Pitts will reside. Ter of the bridegroom both of Pittsburgh. At mrs. Robert p. Ball. Wedding trip to Canada his brother. The Ushers were William Lumadue. Cousin of the bridegroom Stephen Engle of new York Joseph galant of Chambersburg and Alfred Michelangelo. The bridegrooms Nephew Michael Ball was ring bearer. For her daughters wedding. Mrs. Panek selected a Mist Blue lace suit with a Pink Rose Corsage. Mrs. Ball Mother of the costume with White accessories and a Corsage of Pink roses. The couple will reside in Altoona following a wedding trip to Canada. The newlyweds Are graduates of Bishop Guilfoyle High school. Mrs. Ball is employed at the first National Bank. Her husband graduated from the Williamsport Institute of technology and is employed by the hol Lenbach electronics company. Plans fall wedding the engagement and fall wedding plans of Margaret baby Conway a daughter bom to John and Shirley Lasher Conway of Sunnybrook Duncansville re i at 11 24 a Thursday in the Altoona Hospital. Baby noon a daughter born to Douglas and Gay Marlin noon Mary Cassidy and Thomas of 102 Penn state drive at 11 351 thursday in the Altoona Robert Sokolowski Are an by her parents mrs. Joseph a. . H baby Nagle a son bom to we bounced matter Secretary of member Jam and Audrey Debuon Nagle or Anc ship cultivation mrs. Harry t of o620 0ak ave at 4 08 I Pearce assistant. Mrs. Harold thursday in the Altoona Hospital. Cassidy of 429 3rd St., nearhoof Secretary of missionary education and service mrs. Marion Zarou assistant. Mrs. War. On at 7-is no Donald Stevens Secretary of Hogue of Quot a Quot j 8 a program materials mrs. G. Neat thursday in the Altoona Hospital. Moyer Secretary of spiritual baby is Malyki a son bom in life cultivation mrs. Edward mercy Hospital at 3 56 Johnson assistants mrs. Cecil thursday to Edward 3nd lots Henshey and mrs. Raymond storm Simanski of Ashville. Baby Hogue a daughter bom to Cresson. Or. Sokolowski is Edward and Janet son of or. And mrs. Stanley f. Sokolowski of new Britain Conn. Miss Cassidy is a graduate of Bishop Carroll High school and mount Aloysius Junior College. Her Fiance an alumnus of new Britain High school and the Worcester polytechnic Institute is an Engineer in the department of defense. Washington. . He has completed Active duty with the United states Navy. To our 6rads our Heartiest congratulations and Good wishes for future Success go out to All our graduates. Keep up the Good work. The Lite you be prepared for so diligently awaits your fulfilment. Wohl Brulc amp Miller printers 2612 Union ave., Altoona phone 942-9429 activities at the Margaret Cassidy women s club sees Altoona through slides on wednesday the Altoona Welcome Wagon club was entertained by a selection of color slides about Altoona. These were presented by will Ketner and Dick Parks members of the Altoona chamber of Commerce. The business meeting was opened by president mrs. Robert Manning and reports were heard from Secretary mrs. George rust and treasurer mrs. George Johnstone. Mrs. Ernest Larson newly elected president announced the i members of the new executive Board As follows activities chairman mrs. Kurt Knisely big sister mrs. Don Dimock membership mrs. Richard Zel Nosky parliamentarian mrs. John Shook program mrs. George Bathie publicity mrs. Stuart Heller social mrs. Thomas Kinsey Telephone mrs. Joseph Harber ways and Means i mrs. Johnstone and Winter wonder Ball mrs. Rust. A family picnic will be held for members of the club july la at the american legion Park in Hollidaysburg. Mrs. James Hughes or. Is in i charge of a Cook Book which will be compiled and printed to be sold at a later Date. Any members who wish to submit recipes should Send them to mrs. Hughes at 2518 10th St. A meeting of the Cook Book committee will be held at the Home of mrs. Hughes june 15 at 8 A joint Board meeting will be held june to at 8 30 ., at 6001 6th ave. Marriage licenses Carol Eugene Ramer and Lois Alicia Metzler both of Goshen n. Larry Alan Huber of Warren and Virginia Ellen Pine of Box 268. Altoona re 3. Raymond j. Schaefer of 606 Blair St. Hollidaysburg and Bettie Sharp of Box 88, Duncansville re 1. Activities at the Owca for the coming week Are monday to a m., intermediate Bridge class mrs. A. P. Isen Berg. Instructor 12 15 mental health 12 noon executive committee of committee on alcoholism i ., beginners Bridge class instructor mrs. 3 30 ., a teen training for chaplains. Tuesday 3 30 ., training for secretaries and treasurers 3 45 Rainbow chorus 6 30 ., executive Board of civic music association 7 ., Owca residence committee. Wednesday 9 30 a.m., teenage program committee to a.m., salvation auxiliary 1 30 ., Owca program committee. Thursday 8 a m., mrs. Parker s group 9 30 a.m., Bowling Leader. Miss Daisy Conrad 2 ., . 3 30 ., a teen Tram ing for program chairman. Friday 12 noon legislative committee of area chamber of Commerce 1 30 ., Owca nominating committee. Saturday 9 a.m., trip to Pittsburgh. The Owca is a red Feather Agency of the Community Chest United fund. Nursing league to meet at College inn the regular june meeting of area 5. Pennsylvania league for nursing will be held on thursday. June to. 1965 at the Kittany lion inn in state College. The Board meeting is scheduled at to a.m., and the business meeting from la to 12 30 Following lunch a program meeting is scheduled for i 30 The program topic is a psychological sociological aspects of obstetric nursing Quot and will be discussed by miss Pearl Bobeck who is instructor in maternity nursing at Geismer memorial Hospital school of nursing in Danville. Reservations for the luncheon should be sent to miss Evelyn Christine 204 engineering f. Pennsylvania state University by june 8. Sunshine society Altoona Sunshine society will meet thursday june to. 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